Travel Tip: Top 5 NFL Stadiums

Want to enjoy an NFL game at some of the coolest stadiums in the country? We have compiled a list of the top 5 NFL stadiums for those looking to enjoy some incredible football this fall. Even if you already have “your team” its worth allowing us to help you make it to an away game at one of these incredible destinations.

 AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas


Including standing room, AT&T Stadium, a.k.a Jerry World, can pack 105,000 people into the football venue/playhouse. Home of the Dallas Cowboys , it features a 60-yard Jumbotron, a Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame, a contemporary art collection, and a retractable roof. It was completed on May 27, 2009, making it one of the newer stadiums in the NFL. This is a venue that EVERY sports fan should see!

 Soldier Field – Chicago, Illinois



Near the South Side of Chicago is the oldest NFL stadium dating back to 1924. Since 1971 it has been the home of the Chicago Bears. With a capacity of 61,500 it is the third smallest stadium in the NFL. Soldier Field has the old-school feel with “new-school” and updated amenities to keep fans coming back. The field also serves as a veteran memorial to American soldier’s who have given their lives serving our country. Additionally, Roosevelt train station is positioned conveniently to the stadium to provide for effortless transportation to events. This memorial field is definitely a must see!

 Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, California



Serving as the current home of the San Francisco 49ers, Levi’s Stadium is the NFL’s newest place to play opened on July 17, 2014. What makes this young venue among the league’s best are its state-of-the-art features. Not only is it designed to be loud, the stadium is incredibly environmentally friendly. It has a green roof and solar power panels, among other green features. Fans in the upper-deck get a breathtaking view of the California hills, while patrons inside the arena have their pick of bars and restaurants to choose from. It’s as much of a football venue as it is a luxurious day out. The experience this stadium offers is unbeatable!

CenturyLink Field – Seattle, Washington



CenturyLink Field serves as the home field for the Seattle Seahawks. The crowd this field draws is notoriously loud during Seahawks games, they even broke a Guinness World Record for loudest crowd roar in 2013. Despite the futuristic feel that CenturyLink Field provides, it’s the raw emotion from the fans on Sundays that truly puts Seattle’s home turf near the top of this list. Additionally, beer lovers are in luck at CenturyLink, voted best stadium for craft beer. If you are looking to be a part of the most enthusiastic crowd base in the NFL, its time to check out CenturyLink Field!

Lambeau Field – Green Bay, Wisconsin



Lambeau Field is not just a football destination; it’s a bucket-list item. Fans and players alike use words like “special” and “historic,” when talking about the field that Vince Lombardi used to walk on. In a recent Sports Illustrated poll, Lambeau was voted the number one stadium for game-day atmosphere. You’ll want to give yourself plenty of time to explore stadium, as ticket holders have access to the Lambeau Field Atrium featuring the Packer Pro Shop, Packer Hall of Fame, Curly’s Pub and other restaurants. While it has undergone a number of renovations in the last five decades, Lambeau Field remains one of America’s sporting treasures. Lambeau Field isn’t A destination, it’s THE destination.